Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration: 1 – 2 day(s)
Lack of motivation often comes from subconscious thought patterns; interestingly, many of these patterns intended to motivate us, can in fact, act against us – there are self-sabotaging strategies at play.
The problem is deepened as these ineffective strategies have been learnt long ago and now present as unproductive habits. On the outside you feel like you just get by but are exhausted and drained.
As a manager, you might notice team members who reflect this and it takes much more than usually needed to lead and manage them. Motivation is not a static state in anyone and is a critical skill that can be taught and learnt. A skill that is essential for teams.
In this immersive workshop, you will understand and learn to rewire your thought patterns to have them working for you again where you are once again feeling motivated and driven. Reconnecting to motivation will see you energised, benefiting the team, organisation, your family and most importantly yourself.
This course, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, is designed for anyone within an organisation where personal effectiveness matters and impacts results and outcomes within the team or organisation.
Participants will leave this course with new skills, including:
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